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Old 25th February 2011, 10:14 AM
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Lovers of the vernacular landscape may enjoy this 10 minute film of Frank Gohlke?

apologies - for incorrectly spelling the title of this thread - can't see how to edit the title
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Old 25th February 2011, 10:41 AM
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Thanks for posting Trevor found it very interesting and I really like the work, unfortunately it will not plat after 7 mins with me just stops when he is talking about Mount St Helens but I enjoyed it till then.

On about the 4th or 5th attempt after reloading it played to the end for me

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Old 25th February 2011, 11:09 AM
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Neil, sorry to hear of the play problem - was ok on my notebook running Windows 7.
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Thanks for the link,Trevor,found it very interesting,Richard
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Thanks again Trevor, you are unearthing some gems.

That linked to another interesting film about Joe Deal's show "West and West". An interesting illustration and explanation of exhibition design.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ytzRqtXAYUs&NR=1

I'm going back to look at some more of those links.
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Thanks Steven, interesting stuff. I only became aware of Joe Deal's photography through the recently published Steidl book, 'New Topographics'.
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thanks folks - an interesting watch!
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Thanks Steven, interesting stuff. I only became aware of Joe Deal's photography through the recently published Steidl book, 'New Topographics'.
I didn't know it had been published. Is it a new publication or a reprint of the original catalogue?

I'll go and have a look on amazon anyway.

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I didn't know it had been published. Is it a new publication or a reprint of the original catalogue?

I'll go and have a look on amazon anyway.

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Yes, it's been republished and expanded - super production. Photographs beautifully reproduced and an excellent essay by Britt Salvesen.

I got my copy from Amazon for 25.49, excellent value. BTW the original 1975 catalogue goes for over 1000

Here's the book on the publishers website.
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Thanks Trevor, I've ordered it.

This might be interesting as well.

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Reframing-To...8893449&sr=1-2

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